Everyone is Gardening!!!

Gardening is big, big, big these days. Here’s some helpful info. below!

Starting a Community Garden


A community garden means many things to many people. For some, a community garden is a place to grow food, flowers and herbs in the company of friends and neighbors. For others, it’s a place to reconnect with nature or get physical exercise. Some use community gardens because they lack adequate space at their house or apartment to have a garden. Others take part in community gardening to build or revitalize a sense of community among neighbors.

Oak Hurst Community Garden Project


University of Georgia Cooperative Extension


Square Foot Gardening


American Community Garden Association


Georgia Organics


Atlanta Urban Gardening Program


The Atlanta Urban Gardening Association meets monthly for a potluck lunch on the 3rd Thursday of the month. For more info., please contact Bobby Wilson, bwilson@uga.edu.

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